With over 30 years in the telecommunications business we know the particulars about each of the Internet service providers. And because every business has its own unique set of requirements, we provide recommendations specific to your needs, your goals, your operation —and more importantly, your budget.
Not All Internet is Created Equally
Cable, Fiber, DIA, EoC, Wireless. Do you know what all this means when it comes to providing your businesss with Internet service. Depending on your location, business size and bandwidth requirements these terms are very important. Each of these terms describe the delivery method of your Internet. Selecting the wrong delivery method could be costly and create more troubles than you are prepared for.
Delivering Quality Internet Services
We invite you to speak with one our Internet Services Specialists. We are able to do what no Internet service provider can do for you: Offer real world solutions in an environment void of service provider bias. As a leader in hardware solutions, we offer Internet solutions to our customers that meet the changing world of communications and offer a level of service that reflect the changing dynamic of communications. Our core principles remain:
- We represent YOU and not the carrier. This means we will analyze what you are doing and offer solutions based on your needs. We will then negotiate a rate with carriers to insure you are truly getting the right service at the best price from whichever carrier you choose.
- No more trying to remember contract term dates. We will manage this; reminding you of these dates and setting time for reviews so that if a change is needed, are able to manage the change with you, giving you the time to manage your business.
- A single point of contact for everything. Finally, knowing that you can make a single call and reach someone that has your best interest in mind and will work to resolution for all of your needs.
Internet Service Terms
DIA - Dedicated Internet Access or DIA is a continuous, high-bandwidth method for enterprises to connect their local area networks (LANs) with the public Internet and streamline the performance of their wide area network (WAN).
EoC - Ethernet-over-Copper or EoC is a popular alternative to T-1 and bonded T-1 circuits. The primary advantage of EoC is that it offers the same speeds and higher as bonded T-1’s with increased reliability at a fraction of the price of bonded T-1’s.
Wireless - Wireless Internet service can be both slower and more expensive than the other options, but it may be the only choice for those in remote or hard to reach areas.